Wrestler Poem: Sargent Slaughter

NOTAWRITER By NOTAWRITER, 13th Aug 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/2jsu_36y/
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A poem about a World Wrestling Federation Legend Sargent Slaughter.

Wrestler Poem: Sargent Slaughter

He could Slaughter you with a look
He was a tough guy in my book

The world wrestling federation was his home
I remember his matches as I write this poem

He battled the Iron Sheik
The eighties were his peak

In the nineties he won the gold
It was later in his career but he was not old

At Wrestlemania seven he lost the belt
Hogan beat him but he put up a fight I felt

He was wrestling’s military man
He was great I was a fan

He is now since retired
But the memory of his career leaves you inspired

He is Sargent Slaughter and I can not resist
To say to you all you are dismissed

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Wrestlemania, Wrestling, Wrestling Match, Wrestling Star

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